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HAKAFA means "encirclement."
We are a congregation of people
who choose to have no building,
no board of directors,
and no fund-raising.
Our CIRCLE has been growing
for nearly 40 years.
But as we grow, our intimate,
caring, and welcoming
atmosphere remains.

WEEKLY NEWS


New announcements are posted each Wednesday.

NEWSLETTER


Read the current issue of the monthly Circle.

PODCAST

Points on the Circle Podcast
Watch episodes of Hakafa's NEW Podcast.

VOLUNTEER


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SHABBAT SHECHINA:
DRAG QUEEN STORY HOUR

About - Drag Queen Story Hour

Saturday, October 16 - 11:00 AM
Camp Shelter at Sunset Woods Park
(1801 Sunset Road, Highland Park)

Join us outdoors and in-person for a morning of Shabbat stories and songs led by a special guest from Drag Queen Story Hour! This program is aimed at children ages 0-8 and their caregivers, but families of all ages are welcome. 

Click here for all of the details.

Today's Calendar


Upcoming Programs & Events

Oct
17
Religious School
Sunday, Oct 17 10:00am
Oct
17
Congregation Meeting
Sunday, Oct 17 10:30am
Oct
19
Midrash Class
Tuesday, Oct 19 10:00am
Oct
19
Hebrew School
Tuesday, Oct 19 4:15pm
Oct
19
Tuesday Evening Torah Study
Tuesday, Oct 19 7:30pm

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30,041 Hunger Illustrations & Clip Art - iStock
HELP FEED
THOSE WHO ARE HUNGRY

Hakafa volunteers are needed to provide the fried chicken entrée, salad, vegetables, fruit, and/or dessert for A Just Harvest on the second Sunday morning of each month. Hakafa’s tzedakah fund can reimburse you for expenses, if needed.

For more details, and to sign up to volunteer, click here.

Contact Hakafa member, Monique Parsons, with any questions.

Mussar - Congregation Mishkan Tefila

NEW MUSSAR CLASS

Beginning October 13, please join Rabbi Elder via Zoom (Meeting ID: 242 631 590) for our NEW Mussar Class
that meets on Wednesday mornings at 10:00 AM (except for the last week of the month).

Mussar is a long-standing tradition of exploring Jewish ethics with a particular focus on character formation. Join Rabbi Elder to delve into selections from the Mussar tradition, in text and in practice. The goal of the class is to not only take a more academic approach to Jewish ethics and ethical literature, but also to use some of the techniques of the Mussar Movement (chevruta study, personal reflection time, and others) to deepen our own understanding of ourselves and push to live up to the best that is within each one of us.

Click here for all of the details.

Sun, October 17 2021 11 Cheshvan 5782